Implications for Gifted Education
attitudes, gifted education, teachers, technology
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
This statewide study of teachers of intellectually gifted students examined teachers' attitudes toward information technology. Participants were 418 teachers of the intellectually gifted in a southeastern state who voluntarily responded to a survey about technology attitudes. Results indicated positive attitudes toward technology, with training in information technology as the greatest predictor of attitude. Age of teacher, number of classroom computers, and staff development in information technology also predicted attitudes toward information technology. The relationship of these findings with previous research of attitudes of general education teachers, implications for technology training for teachers of the gifted, and suggestions for future research are discussed.
Citation / Publisher Attribution
Gifted Child Quarterly, v. 51, issue 2, p. 119-135
Scholar Commons Citation
Shaunessy, Elizabeth, "Implications for Gifted Education" (2007). Teaching and Learning Faculty Publications. 143.